Today's Above Avalon stories:
- Additional Thoughts on The Grand Unified Theory of Apple Products
- United Airlines Will Buy 6,000 Apple Computers
- Thursday Q&A: Why don't retailers encourage Apple Pay usage?
In today's email, we are going deeper into The Grand Unified Theory of Apple Products post that I published yesterday. Specifically, we are going to look at some of the financial implications behind Apple's new product theory, some of which may be a bit controversial. We then shift over to news of United Airlines buying 6,000 Apple computers for its customer service representatives. There is a very straightforward, yet powerful, takeaway from this news when looking at Apple and the enterprise market. We conclude with Thursday Q&A and a question about retailers advertising their Apple Pay support.
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